Darwin

[ US /ˈdɑɹwɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. English natural scientist who formulated a theory of evolution by natural selection (1809-1882)
  2. provincial capital of the Northern Territory of Australia
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How To Use Darwin In A Sentence

  • Eugenics and ‘social Darwinism’ are perversions of evolution based upon logical fallacy and misapplication.
  • If you've booked an open-jaw international ticket out of Darwin, the hop between Kununurra and Darwin will start at £73 with Air North.
  • Features of ear The great majority of the people have triangular lobes but lacks Darwinian point.
  • Berberis darwinii is a small, dense shrub, spiny of leaf and stem, like an angry little holly. Times, Sunday Times
  • She was the oldest living chelonian and the only living creature to have met Charles Darwin and traveled aboard the Beagle. Steve and Me
  • Random genetic variations plus Darwinian selection were shown to be sufficient causes of biological evolution. Infinite in All Directions
  • As commonly interpreted, Darwinian evolution is a process by which the individuals less fit to survive the challenges of the environment are genetically weeded out.
  • But Darwin, happily insomnious with his vision of South America rising on swelling magma, thought this notion of collapsed lakes small thinking. Wired Top Stories
  • Charles Darwin's core claim is that the apparent design we intuitively observe in nature is an illusion that can be explained by mindless, purposeless, mechanistic and accidental processes.
  • He also expressed pleasure to be following in the footsteps of his illustrious predecessor Charles Darwin.
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